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October 22, 1956 | Robert Creamer
DON LARSEN—Perfect no-hit, no-run game
February 18, 1957 | Harry Phillips
In this issue you will find a portent of spring even more encouraging than the first crocus—as Roy Terrell reports on a question many ask but comparatively few can answer, "What's it like to own a ball club?"
July 01, 1957
DRUG CHARGES (CONT.)SIRS:I AM SURE DR. HERBERT BERGER IS A SINCERE MAN, ANXIOUS TO PROTECT YOUTH FROM DRUGS. A SERIOUS STUDY OP THIS PROBLEM WITH FAR-REACHING MEDICAL, MORAL AND SOCIAL ASPECTS WOULD BE MOST WELCOME....
February 17, 1958
•The airborne young man above is Villanova's Phil Reavis, high jumper par excellence. In words and stirring color, a look ahead to the national AAU next week.
February 24, 1958 | Harry Phillips
The dynasty with the longest reign in professional baseball carries the name Comiskey. In this issue Robert Creamer writes about the problems of its young Vice-President Charles and his White Sox, whose fortunes have...